The A-grade teams might have had the weekend off, but the North Beach flag still flew proudly at the weekend with all three grades representing the Tigers notching up impressive victories.

The E-grade and E-reserves clashed with Hammersley-Carine and the teams were all level on points going into the fixture, but North Beach prevailed in both matches to put an important gap between themselves and the opposition.

The G-grade team travelled to Forrestdale to continue their push for entry into the top five.

The win in the E-grade match has Steve Morrissey’s team now entrenched in second position and emerging as the most serious challenger to undefeated league leader North Fremantle.

After an even first quarter, North Beach took control to push to a well-earned 37-point victory.

With Scott Hogg providing good run through the midfield, Nick Morling and Ben O’Donnell productive up forward with four goals each, and Ryan Gould, Morgan Riemann and Daniel Wheeler all contributing strongly, the Beach packed too much power.

Details
North Beach       2.2          6.7          9.10        12.12     84
Hamm-Carine     2.2          3.3          6.4            7.5        47
Goals – North Beach: O’Donnell, Morling 4; Curry, Gould, Plant, Vry 1.
Best – North Beach: S Hogg, Morling, Gould, Riemann, Wheeler.

The E-Reserves started the day on a positive note with a dominant performance against Hammersley-Carine.

They set the standard with a brilliant first quarter and were relentless as they chalked up a massive 139-point win and held their opponents goal-less for the game.

Justin Sajich was in eye-catching form while Brad Sanbrook, Russell Normoyle and Chris McComiskie were also valuable contributors. That victory lifts Kane Kuenen’s team into fourth position and in a strong position to push higher up the ladder in the second half of the year.

Details
North Beach       5.2          8.6          13.9        21.15     139
Hamm-Carine     0.1          0.2             0.2          0.2          2
Goals – North Beach: Sajich 6; Hayward, Sanbrook 4; Dayman 2; Pike, Rauschenberger, Thewlis, Trotter, C McComiskie.
Best –  Sajich, Sanbrook, Normoyle, C McComiskie.

Trailing by a couple of points at three-quarter time, coach Peter Panagopoulos implored his G-grade team to find something special in the final quarter and they delivered.

A five goal surge in the last quarter enabled his team to fight its way to an important 17-point victory which leaves them in 6th position with the opportunity to climb into the final five in the second half of the year.

Mark “Rowdy” O’Mara and Novak Smith (AKA Jesus) produced some special moments in front of goal, kicking nine majors between them, to be a constant source of concern for the opposition.

In addition Luke Ferreri, Josh Carroll and Dave Sinagra were solid performers in a courageous and important triumph.

Details
North Beach       3.2          5.3          7.7          12.9        81
Forrestdale          0.2          6.4          7.9          9.10       64
Goals – North Beach: O’Mara 5; Smith 4; Elliott, Misikos 1.
Best – North Beach: O’Mara, Smith, Ferreri, Carroll, Sinagra.

THIS WEEK
Hostilities resume this week in the A-grade after the general bye and Bill Duckworth will be anxious to get back to the winners’ list.

The reigning premiers have had a couple of weeks to contemplate their only defeat so far this season, which came courtesy of a committed West Coast Cowan combination in the game before the bye.

A full program of matches will begin at 10.45am at Charles Riley Reserve this Saturday, starting with the Phil Scott Colts and followed by the A-reserves (12.30pm) and seniors (2.30pm) against Stirling. It is always entertaining, high quality football so take the opportunity on a day when there is no day game featured on the AFL fixture to watch grass roots football at its best.  

The E grade, E reserves and Brett Jones colts teams all play Trinity Aquinas at Bill Grayden Reserve while the G grade plays Quinns at Percy Doyle at 2.30pm.

 

 

 

The A-grade teams might have had the weekend off, but the North Beach flag still flew proudly at the weekend with all three grades representing the Tigers notching up impressive victories.

The E-grade and E-reserves clashed with Hammersley-Carine and the teams were all level on points going into the fixture, but North Beach prevailed in both matches to put an important gap between themselves and the opposition.

The G-grade team travelled to Forrestdale to continue their push for entry into the top five.

The win in the E-grade match has Steve Morrissey’s team now entrenched in second position and emerging as the most serious challenger to undefeated league leader North Fremantle.

After an even first quarter, North Beach took control to push to a well-earned 37-point victory.

With Scott Hogg providing good run through the midfield, Nick Morling and Ben O’Donnell productive up forward with four goals each, and Ryan Gould, Morgan Riemann and Daniel Wheeler all contributing strongly, the Beach packed too much power.

Details
North Beach       2.2          6.7          9.10        12.12     84
Hamm-Carine   2.2          3.3          6.4            7.5        47
Goals – North Beach: O’Donnell, Morling 4; Curry, Gould, Plant, Vry 1.
Best – North Beach: S Hogg, Morling, Gould, Riemann, Wheeler.

The E-Reserves started the day on a positive note with a dominant performance against Hammersley-Carine.

They set the standard with a brilliant first quarter and were relentless as they chalked up a massive 139-point win and held their opponents goal-less for the game.

Justin Sajich was in eye-catching form while Brad Sanbrook, Russell Normoyle and Chris McComiskie were also valuable contributors. That victory lifts Kane Kuenen’s team into fourth position and in a strong position to push higher up the ladder in the second half of the year.

Details
North Beach       5.2          8.6          13.9        21.15     139
Hamm-Carine   0.1          0.2          0.2           0.2           2
Goals – North Beach: Sajich 6; Hayward, Sanbrook 4; Dayman 2; Pike, Rauschenberger, Thewlis, Trotter, C McComiskie.
Best –  Sajich, Sanbrook, Normoyle, C McComiskie.

Trailing by a couple of points at three-quarter time, coach Peter Panagopoulos implored his G-grade team to find something special in the final quarter and they delivered.

A five goal surge in the last quarter enabled his team to fight its way to an important 17-point victory which leaves them in 6th position with the opportunity to climb into the final five in the second half of the year.

Mark O’Mara and Novak Smith (AKA Jesus) produced some special moments in front of goal, kicking nine majors between them, to be a constant source of concern for the opposition.

In addition Luke Ferreri, Josh Carroll and Dave Sinagra were solid performers in a courageous and important triumph.

Details
North Beach       3.2          5.3          7.7          12.9        81
Forrestdale        0.2          6.4          7.9          9.10       64
Goals – North Beach: O’Mara 5; Smith 4; Elliott, Misikos 1.
Best – North Beach: O’Mara, Smith, Ferreri, Carroll, Sinagra.

THIS WEEK
Hostilities resume this week in the A-grade after the general bye and Bill Duckworth will be anxious to get back to the winners’ list.

The reigning premiers have had a couple of weeks to contemplate their only defeat so far this season, which came courtesy of a committed West Coast Cowan combination in the game before the bye.

A full program of matches will begin at 10.45am at Charles Riley Reserve this Saturday, starting with the Phil Scott Colts and followed by the A-reserves (12.30pm) and seniors (2.30pm) against Stirling. It is always entertaining, high quality football so take the opportunity on a day when there is no day game featured on the AFL fixture to watch grass roots football at its best.